Gymnastics New South Wales
2010 Artistic Worlds - Women's qualifications
Australia has qualified to 4 of the possible 6 women's finals at the 2010 Artistic World Championships in Rotterdam.
Team: Australia has qualified to the team final in 6th place.
Individual: Lauren Mitchell and Georgia Bonora have qualified to the all-around final in 7th and 17th place respectively
Apparatus: Lauren Mitchell has qualified to the beam and floor apparatus finals in 5th place, and Larrissa Miller is third reserve for the uneven bars final.
Lauren Mitchell (VT, UB, BB, FX)
Georgia Bonora (VT, UB, BB, FX)
Emily Little (VT, UB, BB, FX)
Ashleigh Brennan (VT, BB, FX)
Georgia Wheeler (VT, UB, BB)
Larrissa Miller (UB, FX)
Bonora - 13.833, Brennan - 13.766, Little - 14.466, Mitchell - 14.733, Wheeler - 13.066
Team total = 56.798
Bonora - 13.766, Little - 13.791, Miller - 14.300, Mitchell - 13.700, Wheeler - 10.766
Team total = 55.557
Bonora - 14.266, Brennan - 14.300, Little - 13.566, Mitchell - 14.966, Wheeler - 13.466
Team total = 57.098
Bonora - 13.400, Brennan - 13.833, Little - 13.200, Miller - 13.633, Mitchell - 14.466
Team total = 55.332
Team Final Qualifiers
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Note: Top 8 teams progress through to the team final
Australia's World Championships History
Australia finished in 11th place at the 2007 world championships in Stuttgart (GER).
The best team placing at a world championships is 3rd (bronze medal) at the 2003 world championships in Anahiem (USA).
Lauren Mitchell finished in 4th place at the 2009 world championships in London (GBR).
Australia's best all-around placing at a world championships is 3rd (bronze medal) won by Monette Russo at the 2005 world championships in Melbourne (AUS).
Lauren Mitchell finished in 2nd place (silver medal) on both the beam and floor at the 2009 world championships in London (GBR).
These results are Australia's best apparatus placing at a world championships.
Here's how it works:
12 sub divisions make up the qualification competition, (or Competition I) which provides an opportunity for teams and individuals to 'qualify' to the team (Competition IV), all-around (Competition II) and apparatus finals (Competition III).
The top 8 teams will take part in the team final, the top 24 individuals in the all-around final (maximum of two per country) and the top 8 individuals on each apparatus will take part in each apparatus final (maximum of two per country).